Our purpose at Lunar Station is to accelerate the human habitation of the Moon. The best way to achieve our goal is to bring the Moon closer to everyone!

We want to connect you with the Moon in new and exciting ways. Our first step on this journey is the MoonWatcher Mission.




Blair DeWitt – Co-Founder

Blair is part of a growing group of ‘Astropreneurs’ who are experienced entrepreneurs creating new opportunities for commercial space-based operations. His experiences in NASA and Silicon Valley cultivated the unique set of skills that propelled Blair into launching LSC (his second start-up) in 2016. Consummate Innovator and Business Leader with 20+ years of leading teams and growing market capitalization of innovative solutions with proven track record of success. Providing strategic leadership and guidance to executive management teams to achieve the company’s objective of bringing new solutions to the global markets. Blair has earned his MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and contributes his leadership experiences to many other organizations.

Barret Schlegelmilch – Co-Founder

Barret brings his strong background in astrophysics research, nuclear engineering, and submarine operations. He has extensive experience as a technical leader. As a former U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Officer, he has deployed across the globe and operated cutting-edge technology in some of the most demanding environments imaginable. Already holding a BS in Astrophysics from the University of California at Los Angeles, he is currently completing both his MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management as well as his SM degree in AeroAstro Engineering from MIT.

Dennis Williams – Business Development Lead

Dennis is a seasoned pro in technology-driven, innovative programs for consumer, commercial and government fields.  Strong stats are leadership, strategy, business development and “A-Team” experience with top-technology trade crafters + subject matter experts.  Corporate and consultant work revolve around successful critical/disruptive technology development and deployment. Dennis has a strong network of key, best-in-class technology and services. Key career-shaping experiences are with IBM, GeoEye Analytics, Raytheon, Paragon Space Development and RemoteReality Sensors. Opportunity shaping & customer service for robust revenues are his forte. Signature clients include Kodak, Abbott Labs, Boston Scientific, Johnson & Johnson, Coca-Cola, Black&Decker/Dewalt, Toro, Revlon, Cuisinart, Textron, Polaroid, Kurzweil Applied Intelligence, Monsanto, Farberware and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dennis was a highly-acclaimed NAVY Public Affairs Captain with duty as DOD News Desk Officer, NATO PAO, a media officer for Titanic Expedition & studio liaison to Paramount Film’s “The Hunt For Red October” and CHER “If I Could Turn Back Time” video.

Matt Blasco – Advisor

Matt is a seasoned cross-channel marketer with over a decade experience leading marketing strategy and analytics teams across both B2B and B2C clients. An early entrant in digital/social marketing, Matt has expertise extracting insights and developing activations across both dominant and emergent platforms. He pushes digital innovation and consumer personalization through rigorous behavioral test & learn, coupled with data-driven consumer insights from across a variety of industries. Matt is currently at HAVAS and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics & Math from Columbia University and his MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Dr. Sean Casey – Advisor

Dr. Sean Casey is Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Silicon Valley Space Center, a business accelerator for NewSpace entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley. He is a member of the Suborbital Applications Researchers Group of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation and has over two decades of experience as an airborne astronomer. He served as a Senior Scientist with the NASA/DLR SOFIA program as management and technical lead for SOFIA’s science instrument development program, lead for science instrument integration and commissioning, and science liaison for the review of system level requirements for SOFIA’s final operating capability. Sean is an author and co-author on several dozen science publications and has a PhD in Astrophysics from the University of Chicago and dual MBAs from the Berkeley Haas and Columbia Schools of Business.